Posts Tagged ‘SEC’

How to cover a shareholder lawsuit

By Covering Business   July 12, 2013

There are three main kinds of suits that shareholders can bring against the companies they own. Here’s what you need to know about each, as well as a few tips for sourcing.

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How to Cover the Options Market

By Covering Business   March 25, 2013

The options market is a valuable source of information for markets reporters. Although it’s more complicated than the stock market, learning even the basics can offer some early clues about where sophisticated investors believe a company is headed.

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What Martha Stewart Did Wrong

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By Covering Business   May 15, 2012

What the trial of America’s most notorious celebrity homemaker can teach us about insider trading.

Critics Warn Dodd-Frank May Bring New Risk


By Covering Business   April 13, 2012

Two detractors says regulatory reform has done little to ensure the safety of the financial system.

New Oversight of Venture Capital May Be Wasteful


By Covering Business   March 14, 2012

An article in the Journal of Private Equity argues new regulations may be squandering resources.